I had pluralized novels as "roman's" but it should be "romans". I know I've read some notes somewhere about pluralizing but can't remember where that was. Can anyone tell me when the " 's " is used to pluralize?
Whenever a word ends with a vowel.
Unless it ends with an 'e', or vowel combinations like: '-eau'. :)
A single vowel. e becomes e's, ee becomes ees. This is also true for the possesive s. Apostrophe if it's needed for the pronunciation
So simple once you know the rule. Thank you, Simius.